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ALICIAMARIE26's Photo ALICIAMARIE26 Posts: 134
11/1/09 10:11 P

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How accurate you want to be is up to you. If you don't have a lot of extra time I would just pick something off the list. But if you do have time and want the most accurate calorie count I would go to sparkrecipes.com and use the recipe calculator. There you can enter the exact amounts/ingredients for the recipe you used and the number of servings and it will come up with the nutritional info per serving. You can then save the recipe for future use and even share it with other sparkpeople users. It was also let you add it to your food tracker right from that site!
Hope that helps!

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10/29/09 12:57 P

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Hi I have searched the site over and if this has been answered somewhere else I missed, I apologize. However, I was wondering how accurate do you need to be when inputting food. My husband cooked pancakes from scratch last night and I had no idea how to put that in. I finally just picked something I thought was close. Do you have to input the flour, and all the ingredients from a recipe. For instance, i had a brownie made from scratch do I have to put in the recipe? or just pick one from the list. Some things I just can't find. I guess I am a little confused with all of this. Any advice would be great.

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